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So simple and so tummy-huggin’ good!
What memories raviolis bring back from childhood! I think my first were Chef Boyardee, like a lot of folks’. But then I remember my grandmother making some homemade ones that I can still taste. Every time I make raviolis I can almost hear her singing in the kitchen, with her pots and pans, making the most delicious dinner ever. I never had her recipe but as a kid I remember thinking it looked really complicated!
These days I don’t have much time for cooking, so I’m pretty sure I would hardly ever get to make grandma’s recipe, anyway. Which is why I’m glad I came across this one – and I’m even happier it turned out so tasty!
This may be the easiest recipe I have posted in a while – the list of ingredients totals a whopping three items! These crispy cheesy raviolis will not disappoint you, though. Just because they are simple to make does not change the fact that they are very tastee.
Recipe and image courtesy of recipeknead
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Quick tip: Feel free to sprinkle some Parmesan cheese on top, for extra flavor.